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Publisher's Summary

Practical guide showing inventors how to develop, prototype, protect, and market their inventions. Bob is an engineer with over 25 years experience developing and marketing products. He used his corporate and entrepreneurial experience to develop this step-by-step guide to help fellow inventors develop their products using a "boot strapping" approach. This helps inventors to successfully develop and market their inventions without breaking the bank. It includes several inventors resources as well as details on companies looking for new products. Inventor's Workshop is a "take action" guide to turning your ideas into successful products.

©2014 Robert Schmidt (P)2014 Robert Schmidt

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Great Information for any inventor

Very informative! Would recommend to any aspiring inventor. I feel as if I am better equipped to move forward!

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well the story was adequate the author kept mentioning a section of the book with more resource links and whatnot and I don't think that section of the book was read off so there seems to be a section in the audiobook they could have read off and spelled Out the resource links but that's missing from the audiobook section so slightly disappointing but overall good story of good information

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  • LOUISVILLE, KY, United States
  • 03-16-17

Not enough information to be very useful

What would have made Inventor's Workshop better?

This book contains some basic information but not nearly enough to do much good. I would liken it to a map that talks about the start and destination and a few points in between but is missing many details regarding pitfalls and turns to make along the way.Stephen Key's book "One Simple Idea" will give you much more information but it is also missing key information that is crucial to success.Use this book to fill in a few pieces of the puzzle but don't rely on it as your sole source for learning to license or venture your product.